Here for the first time in a single volume are three of Richard Bach's most compelling works about flight.
his edgy days as a USAF Alert pilot above Europe in an armed F84-F
Thunderstreak during the Cold War to a meander across America in a 1929
biplane, Bach explores the extreme edges of the air, his airplane, and
himself in glorious writing about how it feels to climb into a machine,
leave the earth, and fly.
Only a handful of writers have translated their experiences in the cockpit into books that have mesmerized generations.
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